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 Post subject: Anyone know who these are ?
PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:35 pm 
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http://newdawnparty.com/

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone know who these are ?
PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 10:18 pm 
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Prometheus wrote:
http://newdawnparty.com/


Probably something to do with the likes of Lee Barnes....I can feel it in my water.

This isn't Greece and the people here (excepting the Greek community) will never vote for a party called ''New Dawn'' while the hole in their arses looks down to the ground.

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How we differ from other parties

The Conservative Party - The Conservatives have betrayed their traditional grass roots supporters by forging greater links to Europe. We share a vast number of similar interest with the Conservative Party, however the question of Europe and the deployment of our armed forces stands us apart from them.

UKIP - New Dawn are most likely to be compared to UKIP and therefore its important to identify the core differences in our policies. UKIP supports a campaign for an English Parliament. New Dawn believes that being the biggest region of the UK, the needs of England can be best represented in our current parliamentary structure. UKIP also believe in the removal of the 40% income tax bracket, which we do not. Another main difference between UKIP and New Dawn is the fact that they prevent membership from people who were once members of a whole range of other political parties. New Dawn do not support this and believe that if a person renounces their previous political affiliations, they should be entitled to join New Dawn, providing they adopt our policies and constitution. UKIP also apparently supports the legalisation of drugs, prostitution and the reversal of the smoking ban, which are complete opposites to our own policies.

British National Party (BNP) - BNP are not centre-right, but far right. Their policies have traditionally been racist and until a change of leadership happens, nothing will change.

British Freedom Party (BFP) - British Freedom had real potential until it aligned itself with one major policy, that of being anti-Islam. In order for any party to succeed, it is necessary to diversify away from one major policy. As the recent appointment of two new EDL Vice Chairs demonstrates, there is every sign that this party will continue to adopt the one major policy of being that of an anti-Islam party.

Our other main differences are:

UKIP is known as the anti-European party because of their concentration on this one issue. New Dawn are committed not to be known as a party with just one policy such as UKIP’s European stance, or British Freedom’s anti-Islam stance, but being associated with a wide variety of diverse policies.

UKIP have stated that they will seek to remove the 40% income tax bracket, however we believe that in times of austerity, this tax bracket for those that can afford it will offer critical funding for our policies.

UKIP have a whole list of proscribed parties (mainly right-wing) which if you have previously been a member of, you are unable to become a UKIP member, even if you renounce these views. New Dawn is open to everybody who agrees with our policies.

New Dawn will tackle violent extremism through stronger societies and a stronger sense of community. We will confront and undermine religious extremism at home and shall investigate methods of administering religious institutions which are contrary to the British way of life, or promote terrorist ideologies.

New Dawn will reintroduce National Service for 16-18 year olds who refuse work or further education.

New Dawn will use taxation to discourage the import of produce that could be grown in the UK.

New Dawn will develop the “Troops to Teachers” programme for former members of the armed forces.

New Dawn will withdraw all UK troops from all foreign conflicts which pose no immediate threat to the stability of the United Kingdom.

We are not, in any way, affiliated to or connected with any other UK or foreign political party.
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 Post subject: Re: Anyone know who these are ?
PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 11:21 pm 
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Whom ever is involved they can't be ex-forces. There are far too many uses of the forces or current armed forces to cover all those policy areas.

Also, their use of the word 'extremist'. What is an extremist FFS ?

Sounds like yet another toryfied populist grouping/grouplet to me. Just what we need.

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